Written by Irvin L. Rozier

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The Master was pleased that He had maderepparttar rose He sent a fragrant rain to give it a dose Of life giving water that maderepparttar 113417 rose grow And blossum with pretty flowers like unto a rainbow

When your life is troubled and filled with doubt and fears Look atrepparttar 113418 dew onrepparttar 113419 roses, and remember Jesus' tears As they placedrepparttar 113420 crown of thorns upon His sweet head Father forgive them isrepparttar 113421 words He said

The rose reminds us of this earthly life The thorns amongstrepparttar 113422 beauty are as sharp as a knife Butrepparttar 113423 knicks and cuts are worthrepparttar 113424 prize Beautiful roses onrepparttar 113425 table, no matter whatrepparttar 113426 size.

Copyright 2004 Irvin L. Rozier

author, preacher, retired military

Pruning Your Orchid Plants

Written by Robert Roy

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Oncerepparttar stalk turns yellow or brown, it is obvious that no blossoms or plants will be produced. You can then cut it to within an inch from whererepparttar 113416 blossom stalk originated onrepparttar 113417 plant. You can also cut it there when it is green if you don't mind losing potential blossoms. Another option is to just removerepparttar 113418 end ofrepparttar 113419 blossom stalk to shortenrepparttar 113420 stalk, but retain enough so that it may bloom again. If you do this, cut it back to about 1/4 inch above a node (indicated by a small leaf-like bract claspingrepparttar 113421 stalk).

Author and webmaster of Orchids-plus-more.com. This site is primarily about orchid plants and also a commercial site.

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